Combating CO2

Mines researchers are digging into carbon capture, utilization and storage technologies

Robot Teamwork

Computer Science's Hao Zhang receives DARPA Young Faculty Award to improve multi-robot systems

Spurring Innovation

Colorado School of Mines contributing to $15M NSF Western I-Corps Hub to boost tech innovation, launch startups

Climbing Together

We don’t do solo ascents at Mines. These tools are helping Orediggers stay safe while sticking together.

Combating CO2

Mines researchers are digging into carbon capture, utilization and storage technologies

Robot Teamwork

Computer Science's Hao Zhang receives DARPA Young Faculty Award to improve multi-robot systems

Spurring Innovation

Colorado School of Mines contributing to $15M NSF Western I-Corps Hub to boost tech innovation, launch startups

Climbing Together

We don’t do solo ascents at Mines. These tools are helping Orediggers stay safe while sticking together.

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Direct Potable Reuse Explained

A direct potable reuse system developed at Colorado School of Mines can help communities reuse water resources, as well as quickly restore local drinking water contaminated by fire and other disasters.

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